Leadership isn’t about winning. It’s not about your title. It’s not about making people like you. It’s about knowing who you are, what you stand for and making the authentic contribution only you can make, according to a book by Keith Eigel, who received his master’s and doctorate in psychology from UGA, and Karl Kuhnert, a UGA associate professor of organizational and industrial psychology.
Great leaders have a measurably different level of developmental maturity that explains their effectiveness.
In The Map, Eigel and Kuhnert spell out that measurable journey.
Based on decades of research, they shed light on why people often feel stuck and offer the tools to greater effectiveness in leadership, life and legacy.